All Erection & Crane Rental Corp. has ordered 10 new Link-Belt TCC-750 75-ton capacity telescopic crawler cranes. The new cranes will be distributed among All's branch companies, delivered one per month starting in November, the company said.
The company will use the TCC-750s for special applications such as the wind energy market, where ground conditions are poor and distances between lift sites can be long.
The telescopic crawler is well-suited for general construction or any place where tires might be a hindrance, including foundations, bridges, rail construction, and power transmission, the company said.
ALL Erection also ordered three new Link-Belt RTC-80130 Series II 130-ton cranes, the newest and largest rough terrain (RT) model made by Link-Belt, the company said.
The RTC-80130 Series II has a full power, latching-style five-section formed boom that goes from 41.4 to 162 feet (2.6 to 49.3 meters). Maximum boom tip height is 171 feet (52.1 meters).
Five boom modes allow variable extension of the telescoping sections and provide superior capacities.
One of this crane's major innovations is the 10 foot (3 meter) heavy-lift fly that easily swings and pins into place and is integral to one of the on-board fly options.